Orphanage in Mostar “JU Dječiji dom Mostar”
Currently this is one bathroom that all teenagers use male/female. Not only are they sharing bathroom but everything is falling apart. We are remodeling this bathroom: making two separate bathrooms with showers, sinks and actual toilets.
In addition to Bring Joy To Orphans
Our team has been working so hard these last few weeks in Bosnia that we cannot even keep up with the updates! We have worked with a few organizations from before and have also reached out to some new ones who we are grateful to have sparked a connection with.
Along our journey we have met some new families and even visited a refugee camp in Mostar!
To all who have sent their Zekat to us, we have dispersed it throughout the families we have met along the way to provide essentials such as food, hygiene, medicine, and a little something extra to spread a little happiness during Ramadan and Eid.
As always all updates will posted on all social media platforms as well as our website.
Fundraiser for Orphans in Bosnia
Join us on January 13, 2018 at Grbic Banquet Hall for a night of fun, dance and music by our amazing local Artists. We will be giving away valuable prizes, most importantly we will be accepting donations for our project of Bringing Joy to Orphans. This will be kid friendly event, face painting artist will be available to make a night more entertaining for them.
More information on Facebook
More images at our Facebook page
Care package to give to the St. Louis homeless community. We provide toiletries, hygiene products, and feminine items. If you have items to donate we can come pick them up or you can drop them off at the Yapis resturant in the Saint Louis city please contact us if you are wanting to volunteer for RukaNade. Thank you to our volunteers Sanita and Seka for helping put together the care packages and going out there delivering packages. Furthermore, we appreciate all the donations and support for this project.
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Kula Grad, Zvornik, Bosnia
Razija Fejzic is an elderly woman who lives alone without anyone to care for her. She lived in a shed like house without electricity, running water, food or heat. One room space did not have a floor, kitchen or a bathroom. She uses outdoors as bathroom and showers outside even in the winter time. Her living condition was the worst case I have seen on my trip to Bosnian in December of 2016. While I was there I helped her with basics such as food and hygiene product but that was just a band aid to her suffrage. She needed more permanent solution. RukaNade decided to build her a small livable house: living room with a small kitchen attached and a bathroom. Below is a photo gallery of the project from start to finish. We are happy to know Razija has a new warm home to sleep in we thank everyone that was a part of this humanitarian project. We thank everyone who donated and shared our posts. Furthermore those who helped build exposure for this project allowing us to conclude a finished project.
KEEP CLICKING ON THE PHOTO BELOW TO VIEW THE PROJECT FROM START TO FINISH.
BELOW IS THE FINISHED PROJECT INSIDE!